We have been overwhelmed by the outstanding talent amongst our pupils. Following our questionnaire exploring what our children get up to in their spare time when not at school, we were amazed by the breadth of skill and the levels of expertise achieved. We have many gymnasts, horse riders, swimmers, footballers and even kick boxing… Read more »
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Our oldest children make the very best book buddies for our youngest children
Please check our latest letter updating parents on a renewed focus of attendance in the Summer Term attendance meeting letter 2 (1)
Supporting Autism Acceptance Week here at Saxilby All different, All Equal
Yesterday, our KS2 pupils were able to return to Church for our Easter Service. The pupils demonstrated our pillars of Hope, Dignity, Community and Wisdom in every way. It was wonderful to be back. Well done KS2
Our year 5 pupils in Class Jamaica have been taking part in a project ran by students from the University of Lincoln. They have been working on media and advertising. Today they have been taking photos of their products following photography lessons. Watch this space!
What an amazing week! Welcoming back our KS1 families to our class assemblies has been very emotional. The children and staff did everyone proud. The best assemblies ever seen! What did the families have to say about it … ‘Hi Mrs Hicks and Mrs Stratton I just wanted to say thank you thank you… Read more »
We are so thrilled to be able to welcome back our reading volunteers!!!! Our very valued wider team, vital to our whole school journey 22/3/2022
The Scholastic Book Fair is once again coming to Saxilby School and you will be able to come, look through and purchase the amazing selection of books that Scholastic send through to us. The books will be available to buy after school on Wednesday 23.03, Thursday 24.03 and Monday 28.03.22 from 3.30pm-4.15pm and we shall… Read more »
We have been exploring the very challenging concept of social justice and the differences between social justice and charity. Jasper in Year 2 guided the way with wonderful, mature insight, suggesting ‘shouldn’t we just change the fence’! The future is in Jasper’s hands.